Fishermen

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Manimillion, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. Manimillion

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    I love the DOF! good job!:D
     
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    i agree, the DOF is awesome. that's a great picture.
     
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    Yes, well done. Very nice DOF
     
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    That pic is great, but I feel like there's potential for another one with that 'forest' of fishing rods in the background.
     
  6. Manimillion

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    I had the same idea cross my mind when I was at that location, you can't really tell from the picture but I was zoomed in fully with my 300mm lens, and thats as close as I got to the forest of fishing rods. I just decided to go with the closest guy.
     
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    the DOF and the angle do a great job of pulling you into the picture and drawing you to the man. Nice!
     
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    Nice. I love how it seems as though the fisherman dropped his rod.
     
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    Nice effect of angle and DoF.
    I agree with other it would be interesting to see fishermens' rods dropping in
     

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